Spain striker David Villa is expecting a tough test from Lithuania on Tuesday (Wednesday AEDT) for the second time in Euro 2012 qualifying.
The reigning champion and World Cup winner battled to a 3-1 win over
And it will be hot favourite to maintain its 100% record in the group despite a playing surface in Kaunas which is unlikely to suit their slick passing game.
Villa, though, warned: "In the Salamanca game it was hard to break the two lines of four in defence. We expect a similar game and will try not to neglect our defence against the counter-attack.
"We have a big game and know that we have to come here fully focused. The important thing is to leave with victory and nobody suffers a major setback."
"You have to believe, otherwise you'll never win," Zutautas said. "There is no need to motivate the men. Everyone knows they are playing the champions.
"The key will be to break down
The Czechs will look to bounce back from a 2-1 defeat to
Czech Republic leads Scotland and
"At home, we must not lose points. We have to win."
Scotland created a huge upset in 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying after inflicting a first defeat on high-flying Croatia in Zagreb.